Bumper: On a black background, a frame containing the Trimark Pictures logo, over a bronze background, and with lights shining behind the triangle in it shoots out from the left side of the screen, and zooms in, flipping in the process. When it takes up the whole screen, the lights in the triangle shoot out in every direction, lightening up the logo. The white text (with a black shadow effect on it) "Be sure to visit Trimark on the World Wide Web", with the URL "www.trimarkpictures.com" (which no longer works, since Trimark is now a defunct company) below it, and in a Times New Roman font, fades in at the top of the screen.
Variant: A variant exists where the frame flips onto the screen differently and the URL is instead "www.trimarkent.com" with "http://" before it, in a skinnier font, with the rest of the font being slightly different as well. A couple releases with this variant include the 1997 VHS release of Sprung and the 1998 VHS release of Eve's Bayou.
FX/SFX: The logo shooting out, flipping, and zooming in, as well as the lights shooting out in every direction.
Music/Sounds: Some ethereal warbling noises, and then a loud and echoey zap.
Availability: Seen on all pre-2000 Trimark VHS releases. It was also used from the last few days of Vidmark Entertainment prior to the renaming to Trimark Home Video.
Scare Factor: Medium. The warbling noises, as well as the zap, and the sudden shoot-out of the logo can startle some.
Bumper: On a black background, we see the green text "trimarkpictures.com" text wipe in. It changes to static and many clips, "stars.", "chats.", "contests.", "interviews", and "giveaways" in green type in. "INTERVIEWS" in black and "STARS" scroll up, "GIVEAWAYS", and "CONTESTS" scroll up, and lastly, "MOVIES" and "FILMS", and "CELEBRITIES" and "CHATS" scroll up and explode. We see a black screen reading "TRIMARK" with "PICTURES.COM" below it.
FX/SFX: The clips.
Music/Sounds: Sounds that go along with it along with a rock theme and a voiceover.
Availability: Seen on the last VHS tapes from Trimark.
Scare Factor: Minimal.